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Jan 19, 2013 5:00am PST
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Jan 20, 2013 5:00am PST
in their government which actually, in the end, feeds conservatives' views that government can't do anything and anything else. so that's why i think it's critical to take steps. the truth is, things are so bad at this point, this congress -- the senate is so unproductive if you just had people enforce the rules as they were meant to be, which is meaning people be there on the floor, that would be a huge difference. so, i think there's some question about what steps they have -- what rules they'll really have to adopt to make the changes because the truth is, it's become so perverted it l.a.x. transparency and people have no idea what's going on. you have to become totally expert in senate procedure to each understand what's going to happen. which also feeds armies of lobbyists as well. >> neera, that's why if you have senators go to the floor and lodge that filibuster. >> absolutely. >> and be there talking, all of you on the outside, the media, the public, they say -- what's going on in the senate today? well, senator so and so is trying to block this thing with a filibuster and then you c
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